Plan about 30 minutes to create an accurate floor plan. Grab a tape measure, a sharp pencil, a few pieces of paper (see graph paper link below), a straight edge, and a partner.
Take your piece of paper and draw out the shape of your kitchen. Remember to include all the walls that define your kitchen and any islands.
Measure the length of each wall as precisely as you can to the 1/4″. Then add these measurements to your floor plan.
Add where appliances and water lines are located on the floor plan. These may include range, sink, dishwasher (DW), refrigerator (fridge), cooktop (CT), wall oven (WO), and microwave (MW).
If you aren’t set on any exact locations for these items, that makes our life even easier! Just let us know!
After you’ve created your rough sketch, use your straight edge and sharp pencil to create a final draft that’s easy to read and understand. This step is crucial for our designers to be able to help you!
Now that you’ve finished your drawing, please snap some ‘before’ pictures of your kitchen and send them as well. These can be emailed to email@example.com or texted to 970-800-4056.